Your Company is an OSHA Inspection Target
You may be targeted by as many as 4 Inspection Programs that OSHA call National Emphasis Programs (NEPs). Many companies in your industry are not aware that OSHA could knock on their door tomorrow and conduct an inspection that could result in $50,000, $60,000 or more in fines. Just click on the links to learn how much companies like yours have received in fines and penalties... Download the Whitepaper
Safety In the Workplace: An Introduction
Most discussions of safety compliance begin with a story intended to scare you into action. Threats of litigation, business loss, legal expense and personal liability are painted into a landscape of unseen liability landmines poised to destroy your lifework and deplete your bank account. Such storytelling is intended to be scary, opaque and catastrophic. That is the wrong, backward view. Download the Whitepaper
The New Norm: Contractor Pre-Qualification & Proof of Effective Safety Programs
The construction industry is rapidly changing, requiring contractors to be at the leading edge of many health, safety, and environmental requirements. Customers are now demanding proof of effective safety programs and how safety and health programs will be maintained on every worksite. In addition to demonstrating their ability to perform a specific task, contractors receiving a contract or qualifying to submit a bid, must now provide... Download the Whitepaper
Win More Bids: Pre-Certification Made Simple!
The trend is growing. Major Corporations are concerned with their potential liability for the Contractors they
engage. Rather than have their purchasing agents to read through reams of Safety and Compliance documents,
OSHA logs and Workers Comp experience modification rates, they are outsourcing these efforts to safety prequalification services such as PEC Premiere, ISNetworld RAVS, PICS or others...
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What You Need to Know About OSHA's New Silica Rule
On March 25, 2016, OSHA published a final rule which requires employers to limit worker exposure to respirable crystalline silica and to take other steps to protect workers. The new permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 50 μg/m3 (micrograms of respirable crystalline silica per cubic meter of air) as an 8-hour time-weighted average in all industries covered by the rule... Download the Whitepaper